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The oxidation of benzene by v2o5 in the presence of air produces :(1)benzoic acid (2)benzaldehyde (3)maleic anhydride ? want this answer urgently ????

The oxidation of benzene by v2o5 in the presence of air produces :(1)benzoic acid  (2)benzaldehyde  (3)maleic anhydride ? want this answer urgently ????

Grade:12th pass

8 Answers

nath
122 Points
4 years ago
Hi! raju,
              The oxidation of benzene by V2O5 in the presence of air produces maleic anhydride.
 hope it’s help you,
 Best of luck !
rupsa Sengupta
13 Points
4 years ago
Oxidation of benzene with half mole oxygen and V2O5 and heat yeilds? I read in a book that it is phenol but in another article l read that it is maleic anhydride .please answer my question urgently
Dinesh Pachauri
24 Points
4 years ago
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Sayan Bhowmik
40 Points
4 years ago
Hello, their is a little confusion about your answer. Bcz oxidising benzene it will produce Phenol. But if you further oxidised it will produce maleic anhydride. .So it is oxidised for a long time only then maleic anhydride will produce.
Muskan Chanduka
24 Points
4 years ago
Partial Oxidation of benzene ​by V2O5 in presence of air gives phenol while complete oxidation gives Maleic Anhydride.
Ahmad Jutt
23 Points
3 years ago
if partially oxidation of benzene is done then maleic anhydride is produce, , , ,if complete oxidation is done then quinone is produce, , ,,
Aryan Modi
13 Points
one year ago
Oxidation of benzene at about 300°C gives phenol while at 500°C give maleic anhydride or it may also be put up as further oxidising phenol by V2O5 at a higher temperature will yield maleic anhydride!
Rishi Sharma
askIITians Faculty 646 Points
11 months ago
Dear Student,
Please find below the solution to your problem.

The oxidation of benzene by V2O5 in the presence of air produces maleic anhydride.

Thanks and Regards

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